In winning the route, United beat competing applications from American Airlines, Continental Airlines and Northwest
Airlines, which all want to bolster their existing China service.
Baptist Convention (NWBC) provides an excellent example of this ethnic diversity.
Meghan Wiley, trumpet, Billings, MT, Northwest
Division; Gary Tangen, teacher
But "mathematics" indicated that a tighter focus would re-energize the struggling company, and Dasburg plodded ahead, closing unprofitable hubs in Milwaukee, Washington, and Seoul, Korea; ending point-to-point service on the East and West Coasts; reallocating assets to the company's hubs in Detroit, Minneapolis, and Tokyo; and returning Northwest
to public ownership with a 1994 stock offering.
's owners said that if they had realized Midwest's true financial condition, including the absence of GAAP-basis retained earnings, Northwest
would have not purchased the debentures.
The 15-month mechanics strike at Northwest
Airlines ended Monday when the union approved a new contract.
This paper summarizes the first fifty years of Baptist origins in the Northwest
, beginning with the formation of the first Baptist church in 1844 to the rejection of one Baptist organization's request for affiliation with the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) in 1894.
Airlines flight attendants, prevented from engaging in work actions by a US federal judge last week, yesterday declared negotiations with management at an "impasse" and asked the National Mediation Board for a release from further mediated talks with the carrier, the first step toward gaining legal authority to strike under US laws governing airline labor relations.